Lockport, Illinois is known for its downtown neighborhood of historic architecture. One can enjoy fine or casual dining, outstanding museums, great shopping, and miles of canal trails to bicycle or walk.
Enjoy our neighborhood of authentically restored buildings. Many downtown buildings were constructed between 1836 and 1895 of native limestone and brick. Along the I & M Canal you will find four select museums, Lock One of the original I & M Canal, Lincoln Landing, Heritage Village and access to downtown shops and restaurants. Fine or casual dining is available at award winning and casual restaurants; unique galleries and shops are surrounded by traditional architecture. The downtown sites are within walking distance of free parking. Stop to taste wine, enjoy locally made ice cream and candy, view a fine collection of art at museums and galleries. Have a picnic lunch at the Lincoln Landing overlooking the canal. Lockport has a friendly small town atmosphere where you can expect service with a smile in the much the same way that it was offered over one hundred years ago.
from I-55 exit onto I-355 south, take the Lockport exit at 159th Street go west 2 miles to State Street, the center of the Historic District
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